[Bug 601633] Review Request: sup - A console-based email client written in ruby

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Mon Jun 14 08:47:48 UTC 2010

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--- Comment #12 from Shreyank Gupta <shreyankg at gmail.com> 2010-06-14 04:47:45 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #11)
> We already have some other example.
> - For example rails is not scrictly ruby "library"
But it still is a web framework. All rails applications have 
"gem 'rails'"
as inside config/boot.rb

> - Also we have "merb" (I don't know well, maintained by Kent), and
>   (I think) this is not ruby library
I guess they will be merged into rails 3

> - haml is also an application
It is basically a library to parse views templates written in haml.

> But naming these packages as "rubygem-foo" anyway is preferred because
> we can track easily what packages are built from gem (i.e. it makes
> easier to maintain).    

If that is the concern could we package sup as rubygem-sup and provide a
subpackage sup (something similar to

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